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picked them off by talking about sorm issues and the women healthcare. that is something they really feel resonates in suburbs like arapahoe county where you have the soccer moms and they're on the fence and they feel like that is an issue to push them off the fence. >> growing hispanic population in colorado, as in much of the west. how does it factor in? >> it does. you have seen in certain portions of colorado, you have seen the ad campaign if you will. romney has certainly had ads in spanish. he has had his son who speaks fluent spanish campaigning in colorado. it depends, this area where we are now is not heavily hispanic. back to the issues that matter to everyone, wan ten-mile radius of here, you have people who have lost 200 to 300,000 in value to their homes. it's all about the economy in this portion of colorado. >> bret: do you agree with that? >> yeah. sure. hispanic vote to go back to that is absolutely interesting in colorado. there is long standing hispanic communities in colorado. southern part of colorado, there is communities that have been here since before the nation w
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